‘Challenging winter season for Mt Ruapehu: summer season confirmed’

COVID-19 Alert Level restrictions have contributed to a challenging winter season for Mt Ruapehu, like many other tourism businesses around...

Extending current restrictions will mark the end for some hospitality operators

The Government’s decisions today to keep current restrictions across the entire country (until Monday, 21 September at 11.59pm) could be...

‘Strong wool sector gets collaborative and consumer focused’

A renewed focus on stimulating consumer-led innovation will be brought to the strong wool sector with the establishment of the...

Economic fall-out of Covid-19 to be fully felt in 2021 – Infometrics

New Zealand’s successful public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic should not be taken to mean our economic struggles are...

Auckland Council economic initiative helps secure $20m in contracts post-Covid

An Auckland Council programme that supports MÄori and Pasifika businesses has seen a 90 per cent increase in the value...

Chorus supports digital delivery of Techweek2020 amid flexible working boom

Chorus is pleased to be supporting Techweek2020, the country’s festival for technology and innovation. This year it is being digitally...

National New Energy Development Centre welcomed – PEPANZ

The opening of the new energy development centre Ara Ake in New Plymouth today has been welcomed by the Petroleum...

Company fined for selling ‘pink’ mince laced with non-permitted chemicals – MPI

An Auckland company was sentenced in the Manukau District Court today for adding sulphites to beef mince. Food manufacturer and wholesalers...

Action plan for incoming Govt to revive tourism industry – TIA

Priority actions for the incoming Government to revive and revitalise the tourism industry have been unveiled today by Tourism Industry...

Use of technology as a result of lockdown transforming NZ SMEs – MYOB

61% of SMEs will look at new opportunities to use technology. 15% of businesses set up an e-commerce website for the...

Nestle partners with Nanogirl to help Kiwis recycle right

Nestlé and Nanogirl have announced a partnership for the 2020 Fieldays, the southern hemisphere’s largest agriculture event, to help Kiwis...

Silver Fern Farms Co-operative declare dividend and patronage reward

Co-operative declares Dividend and Patronage Reward for shareholders totaling $7.9 million. Fully imputed Dividend is 5.4 cents per share payable to...

Govt’s border exceptions are costing Kiwis jobs – Stuart Smith

The Government’s current border exceptions are failing to respond to the needs of New Zealand businesses and it’s costing Kiwis...

Unisys maintains membership in AWS MSP Partner Program

Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced it has maintained its membership in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Managed Service Provider...

‘New research reveals large number of Kiwis are experiencing unequal pay’

Many New Zealanders have reported being paid less for doing the same job as another person, according to new research...

Arm wrestle finishes in the green – CMC Markets

By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets and Stockbroking) Asia Pacific markets are facing a positive open after European and...

Central Avondale site for sale with housing plans in place – Colliers

A central Avondale development site with superb proximity to transport and amenity is for sale with plans in place for...

Unlicensed immigration adviser sentenced to home detention – Immigration Advisers Authority

North Shore businessman Peter Woodberg has been sentenced to six months community detention, 12 months supervision and ordered to pay...

‘Soda is set to plant seeds for growth’

Got an innovative idea that needs a little funding to make it bloom? Soda’s new seed grants might be your...

Realtor disputes more houses than buyers in Auckland – Century 21 NZ

A real estate boss strongly disputes the proposition there is more housing stock available for sale in Auckland than people...

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